British TV’s finest laid back show with millions of fans is returning for its season 9.
What can be expected?
The show has its own formulae of things as each episode begins with a pre-credit sequence, showing the events that lead up to a series murder or possibly discovery of a body and also introduces the latest batch of guest character, familiar faces from the telly through the whole incident.
Jack is the one who unravels the mystery and finger out the killer in a dramatic way where he revisits the murder in flashback, and later, the team cheers to a job well done. The show took few risks with its 8th season and might continue to experiment with the odd gritter installments every now and then.
Who’ll star in season 9?
Ardal O’ Hanlon, who featured in Death in Paradise as a third lead detective since Kris Marshall, who was also a replacement of Ben Miller, had left the show in 2017. Ardal will be back for his third series as DI Jack Mooney, the makers have already announced the replacement of him who will be, Ralf Little and he’ll be joining this year. “Pleased to welcome Ralf Little to the island who we all know will be brilliant in the role of DI Parker” Tommy Bulfin.
Fans can also catch sight of Tobi Bakare as officer JP Hooper. Don Warrington, who has been there in every series since first as commissioner Selwyn Patterson will also renew his role. Shiko, who was a new face in the eighth season, staring as new recruit officer Ruby Patterson will be seen in further episodes.
Josephine Jobert will no longer be seen on further episodes as she said, she chooses to leave for a personal and professional reason.
Will the series be available on Netflix.
Currently, seven series of Death in Paradise is added to Netflix that are currently streaming. Hopefully, more episodes will be added soon to the list.